PhD Project: L-band frequency microwave remote sensing of sea ice
The Ice, Climate, and Ecosystem (ICE) Remote Sensing Lab at the University of Victoria is looking for a recent MSc graduate with expertise in sea ice geophysics and remote sensing to fill a PhD position on active microwave remote sensing of sea ice at L-band frequency.
Some prior experience in microwave remote sensing, in situ sea ice research, and microwave modelling methods (e.g. using SMRT) are desirable, but not required. Please contact Randy Scharien at randy [at] uvic.ca for more information.
Please apply by December 15, 2022.
In addition to the posted positions, we are always looking for talented people who have a passion for cryosphere and remote sensing research. At this time, we are particularly interested in hearing from students and postdocs with experience in the following fields:
 Microwave remote sensing of the cryosphere;  snow and sea ice geophysics; and  microwave scattering modelling.
If you’re interested in pursuing opportunities in these areas, or if you think your research interests overlap with anything you read on this webpage, please contact Randy Scharien at randy [at] uvic.ca.